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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
... out and stay up so we could at least attempt to be on the same time zone. We showered and walked around to grab some grub! We stopped at nice place recommended by a friend called Nah hang Ngon....they had 25 pages on their menu of food. Wow!!!! We ended up with some amazing spring rolls, meat and tiger beers. We the walked around the city, I learned how to ...
... certainly did their job during the war but only about 6000 of the 16000 people who fought in the tunnels survived the war. The villages of Cu Chi have been awarded many honor awards and decorations for the tenacity these people showed, living underground for months at a time and bearing witness to many friends and family deaths. After we had visited the tunnels we got ready for our date night and went to the city's Opera House to see a traditional Vietnamese ...
... Mandarin, just by Marina Bay Sands. It was a vast hotel. Maybe 25 stories high with 30 rooms that circled the entire circumference of the building, the centre of which was completely open like the inside of a giant cathedral. I tried to photograph it but it was too big to capture its enormity.
I hadn’t seen Leyla for nearly 3 months (save for FaceTime) so it was great to catch up with her and we got along as though it was only the day after ...
... cut dragon fruit for dessert! Sumptuous! A short time after lunch we made our next stop at a brick making factory on the banks of the river. We were fairly disinterested in this if I'm honest (not helped by having to stand in front if boiling hot furnaces in a country where the natural heat was already almost unbearable for us!) but we begrudgingly took the tour all the same. We were pleased to return to the sampan a short while later! Our final stop of the day was ...
Well, here we are…Ho Chi Minh City! Most of the crew were practically comatose on the final leg of our journey from Singapore to Vietnam. Not a bad thing really as sleep came easily and most woke up feeling a little refreshed and excited – ready to start our adventure. All the luggage came through (yes, even the cricket set which the Virgin ground staff suggested may struggle to make it) much to the relief of the group. No-one really wanted to have to head out and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility